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Heather Martarella, PsyDConsidering the Impact of Racism & Oppression When Working with African American Clients

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This presentation will address how racism and oppression continue to have an impact on African-Americans and explain how these experiences may manifest as symptoms in mental health disorders. We will explore how current and past experiences of racism and oppression may relate to the development or maintenance of symptoms such as those considered to be required for particular mental health diagnoses. While Mood Disorders, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder and other mental health disorders will be addressed, Oppositional Defiant Disorder will be the diagnosis of primary focus. Issues of racial bias in diagnosing and treatment will also be addressed. Heather Martarella, Psy.D. earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a Multicultural Emphasis from John F. Kennedy University. She currently serves as the Director of Counseling Psychology Training and as an Assistant Professor for Argosy University. As core faculty at Argosy, she teaches Ethics & Legal Issues, Professional Topics: Treating Self-Injury, Maladaptive Behavior & Psychopathology, Human Sexuality, and Social & Cultural courses in addition to practicum seminars. Dr. Martarella has taught as adjunct faculty at JFKU, CIIS, and JFKU Continuing Education. She maintains a private practice in Lafayette, CA, where she specializes in working with adolescents and adults who self-injure.
www.drmartarella.com


Heather Martarella, Psy.D. earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a Multicultural Emphasis from John F. Kennedy University. She currently serves as the Director of Counseling Psychology Training and as an Assistant Professor for Argosy University. As core faculty at Argosy, she teaches Ethics & Legal Issues, Professional Topics: Treating Self-Injury, Maladaptive Behavior & Psychopathology, Human Sexuality, and Social & Cultural courses in addition to practicum seminars. Dr. Martarella has taught as adjunct faculty at JFKU, CIIS, and JFKU Continuing Education. She maintains a private practice in Lafayette, CA, where she specializes in working with adolescents and adults who self-injure.
www.drmartarella.com



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